Free Parking in Seattle
This past weekend I was in Seattle.
As I drive around, I notice where MHomes are parked, particularly not in RV parks. Many are homeless people trying to live. You can generally tell by how the windows are covered. I do this so I can have an idea of where to park once I get my bus built.
We were driving around Alki Point, the Western most point of West Seattle.
Seattle is great because of the liberal attitude of the city fathers toward homeless people. We saw tents pitched in various places, under bridges and in vacant lots.
Alki Point is a very valuable part of Seattle, shacks going for BIG $$$$.
My point in all of this is to point out a Great, "Freebee -$$," place to park most of the year, except for Seattle Seafair week. I think that the city fathers will come and clear the rif-raf out, because the unlimited hydroplane races are right around the corner off of Alki Beach, within probably a mile.
Here is how You get there:
I-5 - Exit - Spokane Street. (Don't get this confused with I-90 toward Spokane, which is the next exit North, or before You get to the Spokane Street Exit, going South.) Spokane Street Bridge turns into the West Seattle Bridge, headed West.
Exit Harbor Avenue, SW.
Drive along the street, You will see several homeless motor homes parked along the street. Join them -- Have Fun. If You are towing a car, just drive around the point to great eats and beaches. If not, It is probably a mile hike.